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from bourbon street and our reporter abc news on wayne freedman said that it was hoping tonight on bourbon street. the a do not have a curfew for the first couple nights and neither do we. you don't even want to ask how i happened to get these. you don't want to know. we will be coming back later on in sports, shu. we will have more so on the 49ers ray lewis versus his old buddy, patrick willis. that's in sports. >> those are the two scarest words for the next few days, no curfew. hopefully nobody gets in trouble. larry has gone wild. we will have more in sports. abc7 news has an entire team at the super bowl. i am headed to new orleans tomorrow and will join larry beil. abc7 news reporter wayne freedman and katie marzulo will be there to bring you the best coverage during super bowl week. we will be tweeting our updates at abc7 news bay area. >> and you know what, there is also a slide show of the activity in new orleans. that's on abc7news.com so you can check that out as well. thank you, shu. >>> it has been a nice weekend and leigh glaser is eke check -- is checking your fo
on the trip to atlanta for sunday's nfc championship game, and that's where abc7 news sports reporter mike shumann is live tonight. shu, what bad timing for this bombshell. >> well, dan, there is never good timing for a situation like this. the 49ers arrived 11:15 eastern standard time at the ritz carlton in downtown atlanta. crabtree was on the first bus. he was in the second row. he stood up and then sat back down as about 10 or 15 other players and 49er personnel got off the bus almost trying to distract us. they were trying to make it tough for us to shoot anybody getting off the bus. and then michael walked off the bus. you can see he was escorted by a personnel security man in the red baseball cap. he was there for two to three seconds and then he was gone. i have to believe a lot of his teammates didn't even know about this situation due to the timing of the statement put out by general manager trent balky. the statement read like this, "we are aware of the allegations against michael and understand that he has fully cooperated with authorities. the 49ers take such matters seriously
. he was last seen at a bus stop. it is a block away from today's search. abc7 news broke this story this afternoon at 4:00 with details on the investigation that no one else has. john alston spoke with kevin's mother and brother. >> kevin, colin's mother said the family would have performed some form of closure -- preferred some form of closure. the bones indicate they were from an animal, but a final determination has to be made. police finally left the home after an all day search for the body of kevin collins. the boy's mother getting calls and e-mails of support. >> partly relief it is animal bones. partly sorry it is not closure. especially for my children and my grandchildren. >> only abc7 news was here this morning as san francisco police and the fbi began their search of the basement. a cadaver-sniffing dog detected something in the floor and city crews tore up a portion of the concrete discovering some bones. sources with knowledge of the investigation tell abc7 news they think a resident who once lived in the lower flat may have kidnapped the boy. homicide inspectors were
livestrong staff members, sources tell abc news lance armstrong took responsibility for the damage his actions have caused the livestrong foundation. the cancer charity he founded and which helped turn him from athlete to global icon. it's not just about the drugs, but the defiance, his categorical insistence that he never cheated, now coming back to haunt him. >> i have never doped. >> reporter: you could see it in his unflinching glare. for more than a decade, on tv, to fans, sponsors and cancer survivors. >> the cynics, and the skeptics, i'm sorry for you. i'm sorry you can't dream big. i'm sorry you don't believe in miracles. >> reporter: even under oath -- >> i can't be any clearer that i've never taken drugs. >> reporter: today, sources say armstrong is attempting to apologize by phone to a select few former friends, including ex-teammate floyd landis, who broke his silence to abc news in 2010 and sparked armstrong's downfall. >> i think that the team had become paranoid that the police or somebody was watching the hotel rooms. >> reporter: but can a tell-all with oprah repair th
it to hit -- expected to hit 25 degrees. abc7 news. >> thank you, john. >> citrus growers face the fourth night of freezing temperatures in the san juaquin valley. 28-degree p temperatures for more than a few hours can add up to millions in losses. >>> breaking news more violence in oakland. that's on top of 10 other shootings since friday. olympic oakland -- oakland city is about to make an announcement. >> five people were hit in a spray of bullets tonight. one neighbor heard a number of shots. >> i heard anything between six and 12 shots. i was in the house washing dishes. >> oakland police are trying to get a handle on four deadly shootings. from sky 7hd you can see officers where one of the victims was hit. in the wake of the violence, oakland's vice mayor called for a state of emergency in the city. newly elected city councilmember supports that call. >> that directive is being given to the administrator to work with our legal council to approach jerry brown. >> the city leaders wrapped up a conference call to coordinate what they say is a major announcement tomorrow. a spokesperson
on thursday and this will be at the top of the list. from treasure island, wayne freedman abc 7 news. >> thank you. now, coming up abc 7 news i team has an expert on the weigh in of the prior shipping record to see if it is cause for concern here in the scheme of things at sea. >> turning to other news of the day a burglary ring busted thanks to alert neighbors caught four suspects in the act. officers descended on a neighborhood in eastern contra costa county this afternoon. police say a hoax had been robbed. neighbors told police they saw four suspects running off with valuables from the house, officer as rested three of them. and a nearby homeowner nab aid fourth suspect hiding in the garage at gun point. >> my neighbor's dog kept on barking so i looked in the garage and peeked and there he was. surprised me. >> yes. no kidding. four officers say that three of the four people were juveniles. police say the suspect stole electronics and jewelry from the home. >> police say an intruder was stabbed to death this morning. the tenant heard someone kicking in the front door, grabbed a shotgun, th
: while an abc news poll showed three-quarters of americans support women in combat, not all men serving agree. a young enlisted soldier tells abc news that woman in direct combat will create, quote, sexual tension, which can create a distraction that can be life or death. he added, women are designed to love and nurture. men are designed to hunt and kill. >> you moron. i am here to stay. >> reporter: and what about "gi jane," women in special forces? the military will give some units the ability to ask to exclude women. but the head of special forces told our martha raddatz more than a year ago, it's time. >> as soon as policy permits it, we will be ready to go down that road. >> reporter: just two months ago, four women sued the pentagon to get on the battlefield. now, they may get their chance. >> we certainly want to see this executed responsibly but in a reasonable time frame. so, i hope that this doesn't get dragged out. >> reporter: this historic announcement will be made tomorrow by the defense secretary. it could be implemented as early starting in may. fully implemented by 2016
the station that works for you. now, abc2 news at 11:00 breaking out of our winter chill but you will be facing fog for your morning commute. >> a series o' of crimes targeting a historically black church in northeast forces it to shut itself door -- its doors after # 0 years sfwr how to make sure that laptop or i phone you wipe is really free of your personal information. >> we begin tonight with what's happening right now right outside your window. anotherchilly evening. wyatt everhartis here with a look at big changes. >> i think we will see big changes in terms o' of we'll l have fog to deal with and temperatures are riding a big time roller coaster early in the week. just under two miles in york now so the fog beginning to build across the northern part of the state and may drift into the dc area by daybreak tomorrow. maryland's top radar has cleared out the rain showers that were here early. raintotals have been light but look at the numbers now, above freezing so today into the hoes, many 40s still on the map so that gives you anned in that the numbers base -- idea that
you're watching abc2 news, that station that works for you. now, abc2 news at sec. >> there's no accountability and this. >> an abc2 news investigates a bus driver who runs a red light, the city couldn't do anything to stop it and that's about to change. >> rain is moving into the state. . >> and a local art teacher brings the ravens to life on canvas and brings new life into her school. . >> we begin with a developing story, four people hit by a car, all of them flown to shock trauma. police say they were found nigh the entrance ravrp to route one hundred east. thedriver stayed at the scene. thevictims include two 16-year olds a 20-year old and a 19- year old. we're going to have the ratest on this story overnight, on abc2 news and on good morning maryland. >> we want the update you on an important story broken by abc2 news investigators last year. school bus driver running through red lights through the city. christian schaefer is here now. >> as you saw there, because of the city's red light camera system, many of those violations were caught on camera. the thestory
is smeked it to hit -- expected to hit 25 degrees. abc7 news. >> thank you, john. >> citrus growers face the fourth night of freezing temperatures in the san juaquin valley. 28-degree p temperatures for more than a few hours can add up to millions in losses. >>> breaking news more violence in oakland. that's on top of 10 other shootings since friday. olympic oakland -- oakland city is about to make an announcement. >> five people were hit in a spray of bullets tonight. one neighbor heard a number of shots. >> i heard anything between six and 12 shots. i was in the house washing dishes. >> oakland police are trying to get a handle on four deadly shootings. from sky 7hd you can see officers where one of the victims was hit. in the wake of the violence, oakland's vice mayor called for a state of emergency in the city. newly elected city councilmember supports that call. >> that directive is being given to the administrator to work with our legal council to approach jerry brown. >> the city leaders wrapped up a conference call to coordinate what they say is a major announcement tomorrow. a s
sawyer, and thank you for watching abc news. you can watch the latest "nightline" episodes any time, anywhere on abcnews.com/nightline. good night, america. >>> they got a warning. the coast guard confirms the ship received a radio communication that it was on a collision course with the san francisco bay bridge. good evening, everyone. i'm carolyn johnson. >> and i'm dan ashley. did that warning come in time for the bar pilot and the crew to do anything? that will be a key question as the investigation begins in ernest. tonight a representative from the national transportation safety board is in the bay area. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard is live with what we are learning about the moments before the accident. cornell? >> yes, before yesterday's accident there was a warning. ing way tanker was too close to the bay bridge. tonight as you can see that oil tanker remains anchored off treasure island. tomorrow the ntsb gets to work to find out what happened. the coast guard has listened to recordings of radio traffic and confirms the tanker overseas rain bar was warned it was on a
mentioned has officially begun for the 49ers and our abc7 news team. they both arrived and that's where larry beil is as we begin our coverage of the 49er 6th trip to the super bowl, and larry the media on slot has begun. >> absolutely, shu. you know what it is like because you played in this game. let me bid you good morning from new orleans because it is actually 1:00 a.m. local time. i am here with my buddies, colin kaepernick, the star quarterback for the 49ers and vernon davis off to the left. these are the gigantic murals in the entryway because we come to you from the 49ers' team hotel. the rest of the squad is inside we presume. as for the travel today, the 49ers flew into town tonight and arrived at 7:00 in new orleans. they filled six buss with players, fans -- rather family and friends. it is the 10th time the city of new orleans has hosted the super bowl. it is the first time the niners have been here for a super bowl game since 1990 when they beat the denver broncos. the first order of business for head coach jim harbaugh was meet the press. harbaugh says he is not really w
york, as well. we'll be covering the inauguration all day long on abc news. josh elliott out on the mall right now. josh, you've been tracking the celebrations all weekend long. what do you have right now? >> i'm actually here on pennsylvania avenue, veritably, in the shadow of the capitol, as the parade makes its way past. barack obama and the presidency, the realization of the dual dream of dr. king and abraham lincoln. he'll be using those two bibles when he takes the public oath of office, again, all leading to a remarkable day here on the national mall. overnight, the president attended the first event of his second term, a candlelight reception. >> what we're doing is celebrating each other. and celebrating this incredible nation that we call home. >> reporter: where he addressed the issue everyone in washington has been discussing. >> i love michelle obama. to address the most significant event of this weekend, i love her bangs. >> reporter: hours earlier, at the white house, the second term began, as he took the oath of office, in a private ceremony. the influx of spe
place first. >> probably a good idea. >> abc7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> breaking news in san francisco, police have shut down a street because of a suspicious package. this is a live picture from sky seven over the scene at mission rock and 4th by the mission bay campus a couple of blocks from the giants ballpark. kristen sze is on assignment. now to abc7 news reporter near the closure at third and channel street. >> we are right here on third and channel streets here in mission bay. not letting -- the police are not let people enter so that is a two-block area which is completely closed off because of the suspicious packagefo und on china basin street and 3rd and 4th. we got an update for you, it was reported at 8:46 this morning and found like outside a building. it is hard to tell. a san francisco police close off access to self streets. bomb sniffing dogs were also brought in and now they saying that suspicious device or package could be a military ordinance, some kind of military explosive or device. while no cars are allowed in this area, pedestrians are sti
. >>> from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden, and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," january 3rd, 2013. >>> good evening. i'm bill weir. and it is the dream of countless american families. a knock on the door from a big-time college football scout and a spot on a team that fills coliseums on saturday. but tonight comes a revelation from a former star about the pain and pressure that exists inside the nation's football factories and the injectable risks some young men take in order to stay on the field. abc news's chief investigative correspondent brian ross brings us this "nightline investigates." >> reporter: game day at usc in los angeles. part of the huge college sports industry. with lucrative tv contracts, millionaire coaches and avid fans all dependent on their star players giving everything on the field, even when hurt. >> there's really no other option because i want to play, they wanted me to play, they needed me to play. >> reporter: but now abc news has found that behind the scenes of that drive to win at usc and other major colle
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to agents have not been required. vic lee, abc 7 news. >> thank you. he has been with the giants five years, emerging as the closer late in 2012, saved 14 games for the giants in regular season, outstanding in the playoffs virtually unhitable. with huge, given his contribution because of the injury to brian wilson. he reported three saves during the world series, then, i talked with giants officials today, they describe this as an out of character moment for romo. my dealings is that he's normally a jovial guy, humble, happy guy. we're told his agent and giants are planning to release a statement about this situation later on this afternoon. >> abc 7 news break the romo story online, you can follow us on twit twiter we're updating breaking news on abc 7 news.com. >> you can get urgent updates on the smart phone, down loading our free abc 7 news app opting for a push notification. you'll get news as it happen autos now, latest on the search for a 19-year-old petaluma girl. the sheriff's department is about to give us an update on that investigation. a list of -- she disappeared after leaving
to call them right away. we're live in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> cornell, thank you. >> sacramento police have made an arrest in a deadly shooting that forced police to cancel the new year's eve fire works show. >> yes. someone at a fight in a bar in old sacramento last night. an employee tried to break it up. and killed. armed security guard on the gunman got into a shootout. >> about 100 people just scattered. >> immediately so, much people were running and falling down. >> mayhem. just scary. >> a security guard and two other people were injured andz;ç a police officer grabbed the suspect as he tried to get away. police have to call off the new year's eve party. it's it through 40,000 people. >> an this new year's day, we turn our attention to continuing battle over the infamous fiscal cliff in the hands in the u.s. house of representatives. >> republicans were balking at the deal. the speaker of the house has not even call forward a vote yet. >> now, following the fate of the compromise, show this go something. >> this senate passed its compromise fix at 2:00 this morning. it'
return back to sharks territory. reporting live in san jose, kira klapper, abc7 news. >> kira is excited as the fans are. i know the nearby businesses have to be ecstatic, as well. they have really lost out. >> oh, absolutely. they took a big hit while the lockout was in session. they lost half a season. half a season of fans, half a season of food and beverages so it will be good for the businesses, as well. >> yep. half a season of revenue. thank you very much, kira. well, the 49ers are save ordering victory this morning and later today they will find out who they will play in the quest for their sixth super bowl win. last night's win over the green bay packers was a record night for quarterback colin kaepernick. he scored with a 56 run to the end zone putting the 49ers ahead for good. he rushed for 181 yards. that's the most ever by a quarterback in the playoffs. he scored two touchdowns on the ground, passed for two others. the 49ers now advance to the nfc championship game for the second year in a row with their 45-31 win over the green bay packers. mike shumann is going to have a l
pounds of peaches are on the way. >> thank you, carolyn. a lot of peaches. abc 7 news -- we'req sending our entire team, clearing out this building. i'll be there. mike shumann will be there. shu is a former 49 yes, i think his super bowl ring is surgically attached at this point. it doesn't come off. >> and we'll be tweeting updates on abc 7 news bay area, coming up after 4:37, the prank that caught jim and john's parents off guard it was really funny. ang around for that. let's check a check of the forecast. >> wet weather, just a look at live doppler 7. you can see a path of moisture reaching from east bay down to south bay. south bay has been the wettest region 12-24 hours. there are pockets of rainfall around to milpitas. in the east bay, we are picking up on live doppler 7 hd. this is not hitting the ground but there are pockets of rainfall in this region. live more, snaft recorded a tenth of an inch. now up to 19/100ths of rain in the last 12 hours, just updated these numbers. and just about a quarter inch in so you can see the south bay had been the wettest region. other locatio
be banned. here is abc news reporter chuck severson. >> thousands of gun control activists marched in the nation's capital, despite freezing temperatures. >> it's about connecting guns to what guns do. >> several residents from new town, connecticut joined the rally. a gunman killed his mother, then 20 first-graders and six teachers and himself in their town last month. >> living in this town and being here every day, you are bearing witness to change. any parent who has a gun in the house, they really, whatever it is, have to think about why they have that gun there. you know, it's time for people to maybe have to give up -- give up those guns. >> or try to keep guns out of the hands of people who should not have them. >> this is about gun responsibility. this is about gun safety. this is about fewer dead americans, fewer dead children, fewer children living in fear. >> pro gun activists also took to the streets opposing president obama's new push for gun control and safety in rallies across the u.s. last weekend. fears that gun ownership may soon be restricted is fueling a run on
would appeal at some ., but didn't know when. in modesto, ama dates. abc news. >>> a deadly accident on interstate 980 in oakland. a pedestrian was hit and killed near the 17th street on-ramp to westbound 980. according to the bay area news group, the man was elderly and hit by three cars. the first two left the scene and the third driver waited for police. there is no word on why the pedestrian was on the on-ramp. >>> a san jose woman known for selling candy and soda out of her home was found killed. she was found shot and police are not sure what lead to the shooting. they believe that the woman was targeted. neighbors say she was a positive presence in the area. >> my niece used to go there and buy candy, soda. she was nice, kind. she cares about people. she was the candy lady. >> investigators spent some time this evening going through her car. they pulled out a bach packed with -- a box packed with cartonses of cigarettes. we found a business license registered to the victim that allows her to sell cigarettes. >>> in san jose police are trying to find the man who tried to kidnap
kelly the prime suspect. vic lee, abc 7 news. now, kevin's family has been desperately waiting for answers ever since he first disappeared in 1984. his mother ann colins learned search yesterday afternoon. while it has not produced any clues about her son she says it has still been emotional. >> still that little thing just to actually find him is going to devastate me. and when jaycee was found i was thrown for a loop. i thought all of these years i desserted kevin and didn't think he was alive and maybe he is alive out there. i just really went through hell over that. >> ann does not know what sparked new interest in the case but is encouraged by any development that may finally after all of these years provide some answers. >> cal osha fin sherred its investigation into the massive fire at the chevron refinery last august and that report is slamming the company with the largest penalty in the agency history. heather ishimaru tonight with the full story. >> reporter: cal osha say says sheb ran had every opportunity to prevent the august pipe rupture and fire but ignored repea
about how frigid things get into the weekend and a look to your super sunday forecast. >> abc2 is in new orleans for the super bowl but we're also there to help. we teamed up with the st. bernard project to rebuild two homes for families from hurricane katrina. >> reporter: for the st. bernard project to rebuild homes, they rely on volunteers. >> today we're getting dire tip and helping our community. >> reporter: today a group of students from southern university came to lefthand a helping hand. >> it's important that we as the university reach out to the community. it's important to give back. >> reporter: trista webb has her heart in helping others. >> i'm a social worker. >> it feels good to say we were part of that move, the st. bernard project helping. >> i am a ravens fan. >> reporter: even though he is from new orleans, he has switched off and become a ravens fan for six years. his favorite player, ray lewis, and he can prove it. [ laughter ] >> i've been fortunate enough to have a roof over my head, pretty much all of it. to help someone have the same experience and be blessed,
education. >> abc 7 news is at san jose state university. governor brown is praising the university's efforts. >> happening now, san jose state launches a pilot program to offer online courses for credits. governor brown on hand for official announcements. the goal toin crease access to higher education and reduce costs. san jose state partnered with the silicon valley start up called udacity two. math and one statistics class, each costing $150. the governor says online education is a key component in soflg the state's education crisis. >> it's an experiment. we're going to learn together that. is how i think we'll succeed f we stumble, we'll stand up and try something else. >> for now, size will be limited to 100 students. half of the seats reserved for community college students. courses begin at the end of the month. udacity's ceo says other states are expressing interest. >> still ahead on abc 7 news at 4:00 walmart's pledge to create jobs in america and help it's giving veteran autos then at 4:30 what is next for lance armstrong now that he's admitted to using performance-enha
with abc news all day long. >>> we're going to turn now where the death toll from that terrorist siege in algeria has risen to at least 81. algerian forces searching the natural gas complex for explosives found at least 25 more bodies, many badly disfigured. algerian special forces stormed the facility to end the siege of the remote desert refinery. >>> in mexico this morning, new details about the tragic family shooting. the five victims were identified as a minister, his wife and three of their kids. the couple's 15-year-old son is in custody for the shootings. he's accused of using several weapons, including a military style assault rifle in the murders. >> that shooting in new mexico comes a day after thousand of gun owners rallied across the country to push back against the president's plans for gun control. here's abc's david kerley. >> reporter: a scramble at a gun show. dozens run in raleigh after a shotgun is accidently fired. three people hit. two other states, two accidental shootings at gun shows. but it wasn't chaotic everywhere. calling it guns across america, supporters
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>> live and in hd. this is abc 7 breaking news. >> we are beginning with breaking news in d.c.. eastbound new york avenue is shut down because of a crash involving four vehicles. this is a live look at the traffic camera from that area. there could be as many as 11 people who need to be transportedo the hospital including five children. we will bring you updates throughout this newscast. >> closing arguments in the misconduct trial of anne arundel county executive john leopold. leopold's attorneys do not by they are not denying it, but they insist he did not break the law. in the meantime, jury deliberations have resumed in the murder trial of of, culpeper police officer. he testified that he shot patricia cook when on arms. she trapped his arm in the window and tried to drive of. witnesses say his arm was never tracked. >> the super bowl is about to get under way. the 49ers will take on the reagans in the big game. we want to go live -- take on the ravens in the big game. we want to go live to john collins. >> we are on the field. this is media the. this is what many descr
championship game, and that's where abc7 news sports reporter mike shumann is live tonight. shu, what bad timing for this bombshell. >> well, dan, there is never good timing for a situation like this. the 49ers arrived 11:15 eastern standard time at the ritz carlton in downtown atlanta. crabtree was on the first bus. he was in the second row. he stood up and then sat back down as about 10 or 15 other players and 49er personnel got off the bus almost trying to distract us. they were trying to make it tough for us to shoot anybody getting off the bus. and then michael walked off the bus. you can see he was escorted by a personnel security man in the red baseball cap. he was there for two to three seconds and then he was gone. i have to believe a lot of his teammates didn't even know about this situation due to the timing of the statement put out by general manager trent balky. the statement read like this, "we are aware of the allegations against michael and understand that he has fully cooperated with authorities. the 49ers take such matters seriously." now the one person i think would be
in football's big of the game. for more today in the big easy and history of the city we go live to abc7 news reporter, katie marzullo, at the super dorm where it looks to be getting dark. >> the sky, kristen, just got darker, which is a little spooky which makes me glad i am at the superdome and not at the subject of the story you are about to see. we are talking about cemeteries in new orleans. they are above ground. they are abandoned, or haunted and historic, but they are the real deal, cemeteries where people are still being buried. i met with a tour guide born and raised here. he knows the history of it with a details report of what happens inside the cemetery. >> these things are bunk beds. >> it is like a cozy wait to spend eternal. >> you would put the first person who dies on the top bunk. the second person who dies below on the bottom. >> what happens when a third family member passes away? if grandparent is on the top cooking here the longest you need to get rid of him so you on the tomb and push him in the cave or closet in the back or bottom and you push the new person inside an
, jeff hager, abc2 news. >> within the last hour they have identified her as brenda giddings sewel. >> a woman drowned in a flooded cam. the woman was found in a wooded area at 198 and the laurel race track. a second person was treated for hypothermia. up to six inches of rain fell. >> abc2 broke the story on hour website and twitter. you can sign up for alerts on abc2news.com. several roads were closed across howard county because of major flooding. some roads had to be shut down because of the dam release. ellicott city was closed. and they are watching the patapsco river. >>> scary moments for drivers stranded in floodwaters in montgomery go. the driver tried to drive through, which is dangerous. there was at least three feet of water. several people had to be rescued. >>> it's a cliche, but turn around, don't drown. you never know how deep or fast moving that water s our weather has changed. it's the wind concern as opposed to the flood concern. there will be winter type showers. winds west 22 miles an hour gusting over 30 miles an hour. so wepts slowly beginning to diminish bu
.... where? for life's bleachable moments. >> abc7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> good morning. i am kristen sze. the breaking news is from santa clara county with the first flu-related death. the 65-year-old died on tuesday. the number flu cases nationwide has eased since last week after the centers for disease control reported high level of flu activity in 24 states. california was not among them. they estimate 36,000 americans die from the flu each year. developing new from algeria, an effort to recuse hostages at a b.p. gas plant may have resulted in the deaths of some of the hostages. this morning, islamic militants claim 35 hostages were killed during a rescue attempt by algerian forces. other reports say that some escaped. u.s. officials will not confirm the status of american hostages. abc news reporter has the latest >> the situation in algeria is fluid and complicated but tom officials are clear on one thing: we condemn strongly what has taken place. this is a serious matter when americans and others are taken hostage. >> panetta told abc news that there coul
oliver -- dexter oliver, sorry. reporting live, thomas roman, abc7 news. >> thank you, thomas. and stay with abc news on the latest for the search for the suspect. we will have updates on our website and the abc morning news at 4:30. >>> not too far from that scene two people were arrested after two cars were set on fire. just before 5:00 this evening in the bay view district witness saws a woman set her boyfriend's car and van on fire. witnesses said the woman came home and found her boyfriend cheating on her. the boyfriend became combative when police arrived and was pepper sprayed. the man and woman were arrested. ?ai emergency crews in san jose launched a water rescue to try and save a woman who drove her car into a pond. it happened between highway 85 and the aladan expressway. lilian kim was there. >> witnesses told officers this car was going fast when it crashed into the water. it went as far as 20 feet into the pond. it was a holding tank for the santa clara water district. the woman was attempting to get on to highway 85 from the almadin plaza way. but she lost control trying
will have more for you as we get more information, live in san francisco for abc7 news. >> rain is on the way to the bay area. we will look outside at the low clouds from our camera on mount tamalpais in marin county. our meteorologist, mike nicco, has live doppler 7 hd. >> we talked how the frost would be over and the rain would be go. here you go with live doppler 7 hd. we have a lower layer of 3,000 feet of dry air so the radar looks impressive but mostly sprinkles getting through the dry air right now but it is moistening as we speak. right now our best radar returns are from west of american canyon toward napa headed across 37 on the edge of the bay to novato and toward san rafael and lucas valley road is about to get wet and novato boulevard the latest sweep is centering on novato and 37th. broadening the picture and showing you what is going on, moist system coming up from the south and here is our cold front to the west so ahead of that we are going do have waves of moisture that create more rain as we head into the afternoon hours. i will let you know how long it will l
in this house are going to be sent for analysis to see if they're animal or human. vic lee, abc 7 news. >> all right, vic we want to ask you, they searched the place 30 years ago why searching again now. >> and according to the search and they did not go into the backyard nor did they use cadaver sniffing dog autos we're going to have more at 6:00. >> we first reported details on abc 7 news at 4:00 and abc 7 news.com we have team coverage this evening. i team reporter dan noyes investigated the kevin collins case just in october. at that time, the i team was looking into reports this may have been connected to a serial killer. we talked with his mother then, and again, today, to gelt her reaction to this new potential break in this case. the report is ahead on abc 7 news at 6:00. >> a man who was shot in the head in a gas station this morning has died. the man's father tells abc 7 news the victim is only 20 years old, the father heard about it and went right to the) 76 station after learning of the shooting. you can only imagine. a s.w.a.t. team surrounded a neighborhood. so far, police have
and the injectable risks some young men take in order to stay on the field. abc news's chief investigative correspondent brian ross brings us this "nightline investigates." >> reporter: game day at usc in los angeles. part of the huge college sports industry. with lucrative tv contracts, millionaire coaches and avid fans all dependent on their star players giving everything on the field, even when hurt. >> there's really no other option because i want to play, they wanted me to play, they needed me to play. >> reporter: but now abc news has found that behind the scenes of that drive to win at usc and other major colleges, in tucked away training rooms underneath the stadium is the closely held secret of team doctors using powerful prescription painkillers to get student athletes on the field, despite painful injuries. >> no discussion. just go in. give me the shot, i'll be on my way. >> reporter: it's clearly not something the ncaa want to talk about. when we went to the usc stadium to get answers, we were escorted off the premises. >> you guys are obviously making them uncomfortable. >> r
was there and remember it well. check out the scene in atlanta. the niners celebrating. abc7 news sports reporter mike shumann is in atlanta with reaction from the 9er. >> the 49ers are on their way to their 6th superbowl franchise history and they become the first team in nfl history to make it to the super bowl with a second year head coach examine quarterback. as you can imagine, everyone was ecstatic. >> it is amazing. it is amazing. it is something i have been dreaming of all my life as a kid, going to the super bowl, we're here. >> we have one more game left. we have to get it. it feels good. we did what we we did they came and played a good game. it started off fast, but we finished faster. >> unreal. just getting that win in the fashion we wanted to showsolve s solve on the team and the character of the team and we have one more to go. >> it does validate our team. we said at the start there are three super bowls to win. we have won two so far, and now we have another one. >> this is to get us -- it would top it all to win it all. that's our goal to win it all. it ain't good enough just to win
, or from the bar pilot association we'll have more for you on that tonight on abc 7 news at 6:00 n san francisco, abc 7 news. >> laura, thank you. see you again at 6:00. at 4:00 coast guard is searching for a surfer missing along the monterey county coast. an alert went out just after noon today. that surfer vanished at the south end of big sur. high surf makes this area dangerous. today's search comes after sky 7 hd captured the rescue of a surfer. the stranded man was able to jump and paddle out to a police boat. >> more on the surf now and the forecast for us. >> i'm happen yes to report wave heights are diminishing. therefore, the threat of dangerous waves diminishes. you can see there is extensive cloud cover. let's talk about the beach hazard. current lights down to about five to six feet. so that is not very high over the weekend we had heights much, much higher. now time between waves is decreasing which is good news as well. now it's about 14 seconds over the weekend. a 20 second gap increases possibility of dangerous rip currents so the threat is now diminishing, good news. c
there was any fraud. even so, it was one of some 70 chinese companies that an abc news investigation found have been delisted or left nasdaq and the new york stock exchange because of suspected fraud. >> the common theme among the many cases that we've already filed is the brazenness of the fraud. it's quite extraordinary in some instances. >> reporter: in an interview just before she left as chair of the s.e.c., mary shapiro told abc news the chinese scammers feel safe from the reach of american law. >> they see themselves as far away geographically. >> reporter: and she revealed the chinese officials rejected pleas she made last year in b beijing for help in tracking down the scammers. you don't have the help you need. >> not right now. >> reporter: the b-- >> there is no recourse. >> he says he and his wife lost much of their retirement money, about $60,000, in the stock of a chinese coal company, puda coal, traded in the new york stock exchange that u.s. authorities say had no coal mine. >> i'm not a big guy or a rich guy. it was tough for us. >> reporter: the puda coal chairman has been li
'tóu'/ñ drive, use public transportation. see you guys next year, i'm live in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> san francisco will have extra officers on the lookout for drunk drivers tonight to help people get home safely without driving luxor cab has teamed up with injury lawyers that will offer free rights from 10:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. all have you to do is mention berg injury lawyers when getting into a luxor cab. >> 100% of it up to $35 for rides within san francisco only. the idea is pick up a customer at a bar or restaurant and take them home. not to another bar. >> cal train is free after 11:00 p.m. bart isn't free, but has extended hours until 3:00 a.m. for ace ai list of the ways you can get around and time goes to abc 7 news.com. we have information there for you. death of a burlingame teacher inspired a law set to go into affect at midnight requiring charter bus drivers and chaperones to check the ids of unaged passengers if there is hol on board. a similar law exists for limousines. charter bus operators face fines up to 2000s skpdz have their license suspended pot
. beginning. i'm live in treasure island, abc 7 news. >> we want to take a look at the conditions on the bay, when this accident took place. >> was there much fog around noon time? >> there wasn't a lot of fog, around the bay area but there was some fog near>. >>> we're staying on top of the developing story. so we have more coming up on abc 7 news at 5:00 ask 6:00 and sending out updates as they happen through twit skbrer facebook so you're conn
is in jail and bliss will charge him with arson and attempted murder. live in san francisco for abc7 news. >> thankthank you, this morninge bar pilot who was guiding an oil tanker that scraped the bay bridge yesterday is due to face investigators' questions. the tanker is anchored off alcatraz while crews inspect damage to the outer hull to see if any of the fuel oil on board leaked. holds for the oil that it was carrying were e and it dumped its load in the bay area or left the load in the bay area and it has double hulls so concerns of spilling into the by have been alleviated and we were over the 750' long overtanker minutes after the vessel sideswiped a tower of the bridge. investigators are combing every inch of the ship. >> damage right now appears to be well above the water line and a crushing of the metal structure but in penetration of the hull itself. >> the ship off loaded its supply of oil. the concern was fuel oil that it burns for the engines but it did not leak. investigators will review the radio traffic minutes before it sideswiped the tower. the damage to the bridge is s
weather hitting the bay area with the snow. you can track the showers at abc7 news come. >> other news federal investigators have a new lead to follow this morning in the crash of the oil tanker this week. they will check reports of a glitch in the radar that helps ships maneuver on the bay. now to treasure island. >> the coast guard is looking into what the radar was working as it should on monday morning when the "overseas raymar" oil tanker hit the tower of the bridge. there was damage to the fenders at the base of the fire west of help herb and a coast guard bulletin says there could have been a radar malfunction in the beacons that guide the ships. coast guard says it is uncertain which beacons could have been on the blink and cal tran says the main beacon was working fine. the national transportation safety board said, from washington, dc, this will take time. >> we do not determine a cause early on in an investigation. it usually takes maybe 12 to 18 months before we determine a cause but we are at the beginning stage of the investigation and at this point we are collecting as m
and we'll hear from a local gun instructor believes actions are grounds for impeachment. abc 7 news. >> mark, thank you. >> new at 4:00 we have a look at many of the weapons turned in during the gun buy back program yesterday. 827 firearms handed in for cash. one problem, authorities ran through $43,000j handed out another $70,000 in vouchers. the county trying to raise money to fund vouchers. marin county plans to go through with another/c buy back program. >> coming up here at 4:30, we'll tuk a former south bay city attorney presenting a city attorney with an ordinance. abc 7 news at 5:00, new battles launched today over gun issues including one protecting privacy of gun owner autos happening now in seg backyards for two armed robberskjc=. police say they took off and crashed into a parked car and the bay front expressway, then took off. two of the(x men and a gun have already been taken into police custody. >> new at 4:00 oakland museum of california is releasing a stolen last week. police say someone took off with this gold box that dates back to california's gold rush days. a
returned. reporting live in san francisco, kira klapper, abc7 news. >> okay, kira, thank you. 6:03 now. while the 49ers take on the falcons tomorrow in atlanta, another major sport event will be happening here on the west coast. the mavericks surf competition is on. that means the high surf advisory is also in effect. abc news reporter allen wong tells us the warning for anyone venturing near the shore. >> as the sunset on ocean beach in san francisco, surfers talked about the big waves and sunny skies expected this weekend. >> and that's what is so dangerous about this weekend. it is supposed to be really nice. people are going to want to go into the water and enjoy the day. >> but authorities are warning people to be aware of strong riptides and sneaker waves. waves that literally sneak up on you. >> i was out here a few years ago when the sneaker waves claimed the lives of two or three people in one day. >> i was out there and when it gets powerful, it's scary. never turn your back on the ocean. >> it can make it hard for even the strongest swimmer to avoid the riptide. >> last year
seriously. fans are shocked to hear of the investigation. abc7 news reporter has more from the san francisco hall of justice. >> san francisco police say this alleged sexual assault happened just hours after last saturday's match-up between the green bay packers. police say it happened at a hotel in san francisco. >> our special victim unit is investigating the case. michael crabtree has been interviewed with his lawyer and is very cooperative regarding the investigation. >> police are still putting together details in this investigation and are yet to determine if they will hand the case over to the district attorney. for fans who are gearing up for a sunday showdown in atlanta, this allegation is surprising. >> obviously it's news to me at this point. it's a bit of a shock. >> i don't understand why these guys who have it so good and are such big in the news right now, why they would do something or he would do something that could potentially hurt not only himself and his family, but the team. >> as a fan i'm going to back him up until it comes through. but right now it's unproved. >> we
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